LES/Univ. of Geneva 2018 Conference on Technology Transactions

Accords de technologie | Technology Transactions

Thursday, February 8, 2018
University of Geneva Faculty of Law
in partnership with the Licensing Executives Society
Room MR080, University of Geneva – Uni mail
Boulevard du Pont d’Arve, 1211 Geneva 4
(Access by tram 15, Uni Mail stop)

Organizers: Prof. Jacques de WERRA / Dr Yaniv BENHAMOU

Jeudi 8 février 2018
Université de Genève Faculté de Droit
en partenariat avec Licensing Executives Society
Salle MR080, Université de Genève – Uni mail
Bd du Pont d’Arve, 1211 Genève 4
(Accès en tram 15, arrêt Uni Mail)

Organisation: Prof. Jacques de WERRA / Dr Yaniv BENHAMOU

Basic Information

Programme / Agenda

Matin / Morning session

9h00 Accueil et introduction | Welcome Address
Prof. Bénédict Foëx
, Doyen de la Faculté de droit, Université de Genève
Prof. Jacques de Werra, Vice-recteur, Université de Genève
9h15 Technology Transactions and WIPO
Marco M. Aleman
, Director, Patent Law Division, World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)
10h00 International Technology Transactions:
a Development Perspective
Christoph Spenneman
, Legal Officer and Officer-in-Charge, Intellectual Property Unit Division on Investment and Enterprise, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD)
10h45 Pause-café | Coffee break
11h15 International Patent and Technology Licensing
Mark Anderson
, Solicitor
12h00 Débat-déjeuner | Discussion-Lunch

Président de séance: Raymond Reuteler, Président, Licensing Executives Society Switzerland (LES-CH)

Après-midi / Afternoon session

14h00 Contrats de recherche et développement (R and D): aspects de propriété intellectuelle et réglementaires
Prof. Philippe Ducor
, Université de Genève, avocat
14h45 Contrats informatiques: du logiciel au service en ligne – questions choisies
Prof. Philippe Gilliéron
, Université de Lausanne, avocat
15h30 Pause-café | Coffee break
16h00 Accords de technologie et droit de la concurrence
Dr Adrien Alberini
, avocat
16h45 Conclusions

Président de séance: Dr Yaniv Benhamou, Université de Genève, avocat

DePaul Jaharis Symposium on Health Law and IP: Technological and Emergency Responses to Pandemic Diseases

Jaharis Symposium on Health Law and IP: Technological and Emergency Responses to Pandemic Diseases

Thursday Feb. 22, 2018, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
DePaul University
Loop Campus
25 E. Jackson Blvd.
Chicago, IL 60604

Basic Information

Overview

Please join DePaul University’s Mary and Michael Jaharis Health Law Institute and the Center for Intellectual Property Law and Information Technology (CIPLIT®) for a one-day conference on pandemic diseases. The conference will focus on “best practices” in responding to emerging pandemic diseases, including: (1) how public health systems around the globe and in the United States can detect and should respond to threats of pandemic disease; (2) how to develop technologies to diagnose and treat pandemic diseases; (3) how to protect against pandemic disease agents as weapons and what civil liberties may be affected in a pandemic disease outbreak; and (4) what rights people infected with pandemic diseases may have in regard to their privacy and treatment, as well as for any bodily property that may become involved in disease responses.

The conference will include panels of academics and practitioners addressing the specific issues, and will feature talks by two distinguished keynote speakers, who have been deeply involved in pandemic disease responses and initiatives: Lawrence Gostin, University Professor and Faculty Director, O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law, Georgetown University; and Richard Wilder Associate General Counsel, Global Health Program, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Transcripts of the panels and talks will be available on-line after the conference, and papers from the conference will be published in the DePaul Journal of Health Care Law, the DePaul Journal of Art, Technology & Intellectual Property Law (JATIP), and the DePaul Law Review, which are co-sponsoring the conference.

Agenda

8:45 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. Introductions

9:00 a.m. – 10:15 a.m. Panel 1: Public Health System: Detection, Treatment and Containment

10:15 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. Coffee Break

10:30 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. Panel 2: Intellectual Property and Technology Responses

11:45 a.m. – 12:45 p.m. Luncheon Keynote Speaker: Richard Wilder, Associate General Counsel, Global Health Program, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

12:45 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Panel 3: Biosecurity and Civil Liberties

2:00 p.m. – 2:15 p.m. Coffee Break

2:15 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. Panel 4: Privacy, Informed Consent, and Property Rights in Biological Materials

3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. Concluding Keynote Speaker : Lawrence Gostin, University Professor and Faculty Director, O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law, Georgetown University

 

CFP: Fordham IPLJ 2018 Symposium—Free Speech, Civility, and Respect

Fordham Intellectual Property Media and Entertainment Law Journal 2018 Symposium: Free Speech, Civility, and Respect

February 9, 2018
Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal
Fordham University School of Law
150 West 62nd Street, Room LL-127
New York, NY 10023

Basic Information

Overview

The Fordham Intellectual Property Media and Entertainment Law Journal (IPLJ) invites submissions for papers for our 28th annual Symposium Edition, Spring 2018. This year, IPLJ will focus on the values underlying our commitment to free speech, and the need to balance these protections with civility and respect for human welfare. Submitted papers should be centered around the impact of freedom of expression and free press on the media, and focus on similar legal issues that we will discuss in our Symposium, including:

  1. European Union Comparative Law, examining the differing treatment of free of speech in Europe; how—and whether—the United States should regulate content produced by media entities and social media platforms; as well as broader restrictions on hate speech.
  2. The Death of Political Neutrality and the increasing level of polarized political views in media organizations. Suggested topics include: whether the news and matters of public concern should be presented in a neutral manner; and whether policies similar to the Fairness Doctrine would create unconstitutional restrictions on freedom of the press, or foster productive discourse.
  3. Safeguarding Information Integrity in the Era of Fake News. The promulgation of fake news on the internet raises important legal issues regarding non-press media outlets and social media platforms. How do we regulate those who aren’t held accountable to the same legal standards as the press, or restrict the mediums in which fake news can be disseminated?

In addition to our Symposium, IPLJ will explore more broad issues relating to freedom of expression, including: whether we should limit free speech protections given the current political climate; cyber bullying and online misogyny; and the doctrine’s effect on intellectual property rights.

Accepted papers will be featured at the Symposium, and will published in the upcoming Spring 2018 issue of our publication. Submissions are due by January 15, 2018. Please submit articles via email to iplj@fordham.edu, and include a resume or CV.  Decisions will be made on a rolling basis as articles are received.

Organizational Contact

Katarina Varriale, Senior Articles Editor
Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal
iplj@fordham.edu
Fordham University School of Law
150 West 62nd Street, Room LL-127
New York, NY 10023

Submission Guidelines

The Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal invites submission of unsolicited manuscripts.  We accept submissions from academics, practitioners, and Fordham Law students.

While we prefer electronic submissions, we will continue to accept submissions by mail. If you submit your article by mail rather than electronically, please include a word count in the cover letter.

All submissions must conform to The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (20th ed. 2015).

Our review period for each Volume begins in June of each year with earliest offers extended in July.  We regret that we cannot expedite review of submissions received between February and May.  Submissions received after January will be considered for the next review period.

Electronic Submissions

The Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Review strongly prefers to receive submissions via Scholastica. We will also consider hard copy submissions, but cannot accept unsolicited submissions via email.

Paper Submissions

If you are unable to submit via Scholastica, manuscripts, including author’s e-mail address, phone number, and other pertinent contact information should be mailed to:

Senior Articles Editor
Fordham Intellectual Property, Media & Entertainment Law Journal
Fordham University School of Law
150 West 62nd Street
New York, NY 10023

We regret that manuscripts cannot be returned except on receipt of return postage.

Duke Law Center for Innovation Policy: Program Director and Lecturing Fellow

OPENING FOR PROGRAM DIRECTOR AND LECTURING FELLOW

The Center for Innovation Policy at Duke Law seeks to fill the position of Program Director. The Program Director will also have the title of Lecturing Fellow at Duke Law School and Research Fellow at the Duke Innovation & Entrepreneurship (I&E) Initiative. The Center brings together technology and business leaders, government officials, legal professionals, and academic experts to promote innovation and economic growth by identifying improvements in federal law and policy focused on information, communications, and intellectual property. It has partnerships with the I&E Initiative, the Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Duke’s Fuqua School of Business, and the Center on Law and Technology at Duke Law.

The Center works from Duke’s Durham, NC campus and the University’s offices and conference facilities in Washington, DC. The Program Director will have considerable flexibility in allocating time between the two locations.

The Program Director’s duties will include working with the Center’s faculty directors, Stuart Benjamin and Arti Rai, to plan and oversee events and projects, work on grants, and manage the ongoing operations of the Center. The Lecturing Fellow aspect of the position will include invitations to all faculty workshops and support for scholarship. It will also include the possibility of teaching a course if s/he wishes (with faculty approval). In general, because the administrative component of the position is not full-time, the Program Director will be able to spend considerable time on independent academic work.

The starting date is the summer of 2018 (with flexibility as to precise date). The salary for the position will be commensurate with experience. The Program Director will also receive Duke University benefits. Initial appointment is for one year, renewable upon mutual agreement by the Program Director and the Center. Candidates should have either a J.D. or a graduate degree in a STEM discipline or social science.

Application materials should be sent to carol.abken@law.duke.edu and include the following:

  1. cover letter describing the candidate’s qualifications, interests and experience;
  2. curriculum vitae;
  3. law school or other graduate school transcript(s);
  4. a writing sample that demonstrates some scholarly focus; and
  5. names of three references.

Duke University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer committed to providing employment opportunity without regard to an individual’s age, color, disability, gender, gender expression, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or veteran status.

We look forward to receiving your application.

Patents in Telecoms and the Internet of Things

Patents in Telecoms and the Internet of Things

Thursday, November 9–Friday, November 10, 2017
George Washington University – Jack Morton Auditorium
School of Media and Public Affairs
805 21st Street NW,
Washington, DC 20052, USA

Basic Information

  • Conference Website:  https://www.ucl.ac.uk/laws/patents-in-telecoms-2017/
  • CLE for U.S. Lawyers:  Upon request, the GWU Law School submitted applications to state bar associations for continuing legal education credits. Please note that CLE approval is ultimately at the discretion of individual states and no advance assurance can be given that credit will be granted in all cases.
  • CPD for UK Lawyers:  The conference was accredited with 11.5 CPD hours by the SRA and BSB
  • 30% Discount Code for GWU Alumni and Friends:  gwu-alumni

Overview

The UCL Institute of Brand and Innovation Law and George Washington University’s Faculty of Law are pleased to announce their 3rd Conference on Patents in Telecoms and the Internet of Things.

The conference will be an unique gathering of industry, the judiciary and regulators from the US, Europe and Asia, organised by Professor Sir Robin Jacob (the Sir Hugh Laddie Chair of Intellectual Property at UCL Laws) and Professor Marty Adelman, Co-Director of the Dean Dinwoodey Center for Intellectual Property Studies of George Washington University’s Faculty of Law.

Key Topics

  • Who should decide FRAND terms when parties cannot agree?
  • The Internet of Things I – Legal and Economic Licensing Issues
  • The Internet of Things II – Practical Licensing Issues
  • Competition and Policy Towards Standard Setting
  • Injunctions – Europe and the rest of the world
  • FRAND Disputes
  • Update on The Unitary Patent Court
  • Economists: Do They Have a Place?
  • The Telecoms Ecosystem
  • Patent Assertion Entities
  • Judges’ Panel

Speakers

  • The Hon. Mr Justice Birss, High Court of England and Wales
  • Dr Klaus Grabinski, Judge of the German Federal Court of Justice
  • The Rt Hon Prof. Sir Robin Jacob UCL IBIL
  • The Hon. Kathleen O’Malley, Judge of the Court of Appeals of the Federal Circuit
  • The Hon. James Selna United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the Central District of California
  • Russell Binns Chief Executive Office, AST
  • David Blonder Director, Legal Counsel, Regulatory and Privacy, Blackberry
  • Tina Chappell Associate General Council, Law & Policy Group, Intel Corporation
  • John Colgan Senior Litigation Counsel at Google
  • Jorge L. Contreras Associate Professor, SJ Quinney College of Law, University of Utah; Internet Engineering Task Force – Legal Counsel
  • The Hon. Theodore Essex Administrative Law Judge at the U.S. International Trade Commission
  • Steve Faraji Senior Manager of Patents Electrics / Electronics, Audi AG
  • Laurie Fitzgerald Principal, McKool Smith LLP
  • Prof. Dr. Heinz Goddar European & German Patent and Trademark Attorney, Boehmert & Boehmert
  • Stephen Haber Senior Fellow of the Stanford Institute for Economic Policy Research at Stanford University
  • Dietrich Kamlah Partner, Taylor Wessing LLP (Munich)
  • David Kappos Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP
  • David Killough Assistant General Counsel, Microsoft Corporation
  • Stephen Korniczky Sheppard Mullin LLP
  • Chip Lutton General Counsel and Head of Regulatory Affairs at Nest Labs
  • Monica Magnusson VP, IPR Policy, Ericsson
  • Thomas Chia Director, Patents and Corporate Development at VIA Licensing Corporation
  • Keith Mallinson Founder of WiseHabor
  • Alan Marco former Chief Economist at USPTO
  • James Marshall Partner, Taylor Wessing LLP
  • Noel Maurer Associate Professor of International Affairs and International Business, George Washington University
  • Luke McLeroy Vice President, Business Development at Avanci
  • Kerry Miller Head of IP and Standards, IP Regulatory Affairs at Nokia
  • Suzanne Munck Deputy Director and Chief Counsel for Intellectual Property at the Federal Trade Commission
  • Brian Napper Senior Managing Director at FTI Consulting
  • Damien Neven Professor of Economics at the Graduate Institute Geneva
  • Barry Nigro Deputy Assistant Attorney General United States Department of Justice
  • Gil Ohana Senior Director, Antitrust & Competition, Cisco Systems
  • Chryssoula Pentheroudakis Ph.D. Founder of IP VANGUARD with Justus Baron, Northwestern University
  • Will Plut President, Patent Profit International
  • Heinz Polsterer Standardisation & IPR Management, Deutsche Telekom
  • Randall Rader Founder of the Rader Group, International Arbitration of Complex Disputes
  • Pierre Regibeau Charles River Associates
  • Frank Reiner Vice Principle of Licensing, Internet of Things Solutions, InterDigital Communications
  • Alex Rogers Executive Vice President and President of the Technology Licensing Division at Qualcomm
  • Brian Scarpelli Senior Policy Counsel at ACT
  • Gregory Sidak Chairman of Criterion Economics
  • Alesch Staehelin Counsel at IBM
  • Nikolaus Thumm Senior Fellow at the European Commission
  • Cory Van Arsdale Chief Revenue Officer, Global Licensing, Intellectual Ventures
  • Dirk Weiler Chairman of the Board, ETSI
  • Tim Wilson Director, Patents, SAS Institute Inc.
  • Koenraad Wuyts Chief IP Officer at KPN

Queries

Lisa Penfold
Events Manager at UCL Faculty of Laws
lisa.penfold@ucl.ac.uk

American University: Fifth Global Congress on Intellectual Property and the Public Interest

Global Congress on Intellectual Property and the Public Interest V

September 27-29, 2018 (0 days: September 24-26, 2018)

American University Washington College of Law’s Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property is pleased to announce the hosting of Fifth Global Congress on Intellectual Property and the Public Interest, September 27-29, 2018, Washington D.C.

As with previous meetings, we will have space available for self-organized project meetings and trainings in the preceding days — September 24-26.

We are seeking organizational sponsors, planning partners and individual expressions of interest in being part of the Congress.

Expressions of Interest

To express interest in becoming a sponsor or planning partner of the Congress, please fill out the short form below by November 17, 2017:

Planning partners may seek to use the Congress to host trainings, workshops, panel discussions, works-in-progress seminars, research roll outs, keynote addresses, networking receptions, or other activities. Larger networks may seek to host a track of activities around a common theme.

We will use the early expressions of interest to build a planning committee and carry forward the work of the Congress in the weeks and months ahead. There will be additional applications to attend and present at the Congress in the new year.

PIJIP Contact

Sean Flynn
Director, LLM in Intellectual Property
Associate Director, Professorial Lecturer in Residence, Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property
American University Washington College of Law
sflynn@wcl.american.edu

2018 Surrey Law School Workshop on the Regulation of Artificial Intelligence

2018 Surrey Law School  Workshop on the Regulation of Artificial Intelligence

March 14–15, 2018
Surrey School of Law Centre for Law and Philosophy &
Surrey Business School Centre for the Digital Economy
Guildford, Surrey, GU2 7XH
United Kingdom

Basic Information

  • Conference Website:  http://bit.ly/2zmOIPw
  • Abstract Deadline:  November 30, 2017
  • Author Notification:  December 15, 2017
  • Registration Deadline:  February 15, 2018

Introduction

The aim of the Surrey Workshop on the Regulation of AI is to explore both the challenges posed by the emergence of AI as an economic, political and social force, as well as the ways the law might beneficially regulate its emergence. The workshop will adopt an interdisciplinary focus, encouraging innovative theoretical and technical approaches as well as practical legal and regulatory solutions.

Regulating artificial intelligence is vital to public policy. Self-driving cars will soon be tested on Britain’s roads, but significant unresolved challenges exist regarding liability and accountability. Similarly, prominent reports about AI suggest they may lead to widespread technological unemployment in the UK. The European Parliament recently rejected a proposed robot tax to address this concern, while a similar tax was adopted by South Korea. Internationally, scholars are actively addressing these issues from a technological and humanities perspective. The Surrey Workshop for the Regulation of AI seeks to make contributions to these burgeoning debates.

Topics of Interest

The workshop will focus on five main areas, with a range of speakers invited to present papers falling within one or several of the following topics:

  • AI and private law (self-driving cars, health law)
  • AI and criminal law (cybercrime, vicarious liability)
  • AI and privacy (cyber-security, regulation of private data)
  • AI and employment/tax
  • AI and finance (AI investment strategies, financial malfeasance)
  • AI and government & public discourse

Organisers

  • Chair: Prof. Ryan Abbott, Professor of Law and Health Sciences, School of Law
  • Deputy Chair: Dr. Alex Sarch, Reader in Legal Philosophy, School of Law
  • Sponsor: Surrey Centre for Law and Philosophy, School of Law
  • Co-Sponsor: Surrey Centre for Digial Economy (CoDE), Surrey Business School

Format

Two days, 3-4 papers per day. Each paper to be assigned a commentator. Each paper to be presented for 30-45 minutes, followed by 15-20 minutes of comments, followed by 30-45 minutes of Q&A and discussion. Lunch served each day, dinner provided on the evening of day 1.

Submission Guidelines

If you are interested in participating in this workshop, please submit an abstract of no more than 300 words. All submitted abstracts will be reviewed by the workshop organizers. You should submit your work by email to a.sarch@surrey.ac.uk and r.abbott@surrey.ac.uk.

4th Annual DePaul Cyber-Risk Conference: Emerging Technology, Unknown Risks

4th Annual DePaul Cyber-Risk Conference: Emerging Technology, Unknown Risks

Tuesday, November 28, 2017
8:30am to 4:00pm
DePaul Center, Room 8005
1 E. Jackson Blvd
Chicago, IL 60604

Basic Information

Overview

New and evolving technologies such as artificial intelligence, predictive analytics, machine learning, and robotic process automation are now an everyday reality. Similarly, use of the Cloud and third party systems have grown dramatically as the technology has become more complex. This conference will discuss the impact (both the benefits and risks) that these technologies have on all businesses—not just tech firms.

The Arditti Center for Risk Management in the Driehaus College of Business, the College of Computing and Digital Media, and College of Law, Center for Intellectual Property Law and Information Technology (CIPLIT®) at DePaul University are proud to collaborate with our industry partners to present the Fourth Annual Cyber Risk Conference.

The Center for Intellectual Property Law & Information Technology (CIPLIT®) was established to promote research and concentrated study in intellectual property and information technology broadly defined. We seek to develop IP professionals of the highest caliber through an all-inclusive learning experience that combines outstanding classroom education, innovative scholarship, first-class training in lawyering skills and an unparalleled range of extracurricular activities.

For more information, and to RSVP, visit https://depaulemergingtech.eventbrite.com

Silicon Flatirons Conference: Improving Resilience in Cybersecurity and Spectrum

Improving Resilience in Cybersecurity and Spectrum

November 15, 2017, 2pm–6:45pm
Silicon Flatirons Center for Law, Technology, and Entrepreneurship
University of Colorado Law School
Wolf Law Building
2450 Kittredge Loop Road
Boulder, CO 80309

Basic Information

Overview

Society increasingly depends on computer networks and wireless systems. Yet, outages and adverse incidents are regular occurrences.  It has become essential for this technology to maintain an acceptable level of service-in other words, to be resilient.

Different fields have different approaches to becoming resilient. For example, medicine and electric grid management learn from many decades of practice and mistakes to improve the safety and robustness of service delivery.  Their overarching goal is to drive greater awareness and learn from experience, not to cast blame or scapegoat individuals for mistakes.  In the fields of cybersecurity and spectrum, by contrast, there are no institutional strategies for capturing information around outages, attacks, and interference, which in turn would enable learning around why such harms arise and drive better practices to avoid them in the future.

This conference will explore institutional strategies in health care and electricity to improve the resilience of computing and radio systems.  We will bring together a range of professionals, academics, and policymakers to consider how such institutional strategies could be developed and implemented in areas of cybersecurity and spectrum.

Agenda

2:00pm – 2:15pm Introduction and Welcome

  • Phil Weiser, Hatfield Professor of Law, University of Colorado Law School; Executive Director and Founder, Silicon Flatirons

2:15pm – 3:15pm Improving Resilience in Radio Communications and Computer Networks

Moderator: Pierre de Vries, Spectrum Policy Initiative Co-director and Executive Fellow, Silicon Flatirons

Panelists

  • Steven M. Bellovin, Percy K. and Vida L. W. Hudson Professor of Computer Science, Columbia University
  • Keith Gremban, Director, Institute for Telecommunication Sciences; Co-Director, Center for Advanced Communications, National Telecommunications and Information Administration
  • Joe Marx, Assistant Vice President, Federal Regulatory, AT&T
  • Adam Shostack, President, Shostack & Associates

3:15pm – 3:30pm Break

3:30pm – 4:30pm Learning from Best Practices: The Cases of Health Care and Electricity

Moderator: Phil Weiser, Hatfield Professor of Law, University of Colorado Law School; Executive Director and Founder, Silicon Flatirons

Panelists

  • Erfan Ibrahim, Center Director, Cyber-Physical Systems Security and Resilience, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
  • Bruce Johnson, Shareholder, Polsinelli
  • Robin J. Lunt, Of Counsel, Wilkinson Barker Knauer, LLP
  • Heidi Wald, Associate Professor, Division of Health Care Policy & Research, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus

4:30pm – 4:45pm Break

4:45pm – 5:45pm Pulling it all Together

Moderator: Phil Weiser, Hatfield Professor of Law, University of Colorado Law School; Executive Director and Founder, Silicon Flatirons

Panelists

  • Pierre de Vries, Spectrum Policy Initiative Co-director and Executive Fellow, Silicon Flatirons
  • Robin J. Lunt, Of Counsel, Wilkinson Barker Knauer, LLP
  • Adam Shostack, President, Shostack & Associates

5:45pm – 6:45pm Reception

Please note: Per university alcohol policy, only registered guests will be admitted to the reception.

 

Texas A&M 2018 Spring Symposium: The Digital Millennium Copyright Act at 20

The Digital Millennium Copyright Act at 20

Friday–Saturday, March 23–24, 2018
Texas A&M University School of Law
1515 Commerce Street
Fort Worth, TX 76102

Basic Information

Overview

This symposium brings together legal commentators, policy makers and industry representatives to critically examine the past two decades of developments surrounding the Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998. The event also explores the future of digital copyright reform in the United States and other parts of the world.

Texas A&M University School of Law IP Faculty

Irene Calboli
Irene Calboli
H. Brian Holland
H. Brian Holland
Glynn S. Lunney, Jr.
Glynn S. Lunney, Jr.
Srividhya Ragavan
Srividhya Ragavan
Jeff W. Slattery
Jeff W. Slattery
Saurabh Vishnubhakat
Saurabh Vishnubhakat
Peter K. Yu
Peter K. Yu

Confirmed Presenters